Sustainability In Business, Sustainable Development Goals – Special Game Event

Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast, recently hosted the ‘Sustainability in Business-SDGs Game’ event, facilitated by Delwyn Langdon of Griffith University Eco Centre.

The event was a huge success and identified how collaboration and communication are imperative to achieving the global sustainable development goals.

Here’s what attendees had to say about the SDGs Game Event:

What an amazing, collaborative, energetic Cleantech Industries event! With the current sustainability challenges / opportunities – the #2030SDG game combined with the SparkTank brainstorming platform ensured some amazing ideas were developed. Thanks Megyn Carpenter, Delwyn Langdon, Jo’Anne Langham, @ScottBreust. Looking forward to the implementation phase.

Mark Paddenburg

Loved the 2030 SDG Game and the Spark Tank app for ideas brainstorming. Thanks Megyn Carpenter!

Leanne Layfield GAICD

What a great morning! Thanks Megyn Carpenter! 🙏👏

James McGovern

A huge thanks to everyone that attended.


The 2030 SDGs Game is a multiplayer, in-person, card-based game that simulates taking the “real world” into the year 2030.

Designed in Japan in 2016, this experience has become a powerful and impactful social phenomenon, earning extensive media coverage and reaching over 150,000 participants.

2030 SDGs Game events are held in corporate, governmental, educational, and community settings. We now have over 600 certified facilitators in Japan and around 50 globally.

A snapshot of the 2030 SDGs Card Game.

This was an invitation-only event for Sunshine Coast Chambers, Industry Group and business leaders.


Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast Inc. (CISC) is a member organisation for businesses established or represented in the greater Sunshine Coast region, with clean technology or sustainability products, services or innovations. Our aim is to support members through promotions, collaborations and professional development opportunities. Learn more.

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